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Trying to remove winrm iis extension

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I installed winrm iis extension on Exchange server 2013 by mistake.  I need to uninstall it but it is greyed out in the Add Features screen.  How do I go about getting rid of it?  I can't access exchange management shell, owa or ecp since I installed it.  I am running server 2012R2.
Thanks for any input.
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In server manager near the top right, there is a drop down menu with an option to remove roles and features. The add roles and features task does not allow you to remove roles or features. Roles and features already installed appear greyed out in the add roles and features wizard.
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Thank you for your quick response. I was able to uninstall it.
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